Speakeasy, Envisioned Arts South and Native Groove present

The Trifinity (Yheti, Toadface, Mt. Analogue)

With Otto Von Schirach, Parrotice

Terminal West

Saturday, November 16
08:00 doors / 08:30 show
All Ages
  • Price$21.00


Yheti Bio: Yheti's live performances are an ever morphing detailed sound sculpture that plays with the souls of those open to the more experimental, surreal, low end heavy side of electronic music. With the intention of creating a champion dance environment through high energy bass, deep rhythms, and soul driven melodies. https://soundcloud.com/yheti https://www.facebook.com/yhetimusic/ https://twitter.com/yhetimusic https://yheti.bandcamp.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/YHETImusic


Toadface is a bass music producer and DJ from Ohio. categories

Mt. Analogue

As roots delicately intertwine with the veins that course blood through our hearts, one thing is certain...Love and the funk shine bright into our minds and souls. With a balance held strong in the roots of musicianship and composition,I attempt to merge a healthy dose of both organic and electronic elements.... also lots of rhymes. Bars for days. A music producer Hailing from southwest Ohio, he delivers an all original live set that incorporates a blend of: earth sounds, heavy bass, cinematic soundscapes, hip hop, and raw Ohio funk. plant a seed inside your mind scape and set yourself free. Love. Focus. Balance.

Otto Von Schirach

Otto von Schirach is an IDM and breakcore artist from Miami, Florida (USA), active since 1998. He is of Cuban/German descent. His style is more sporadic and noisy than other artists in the genre, and his visual aesthetic leans on the heavy metal side rather than electronic. He has released most of his work on the Schematic and Beta Bodega labels, and was featured in the 2002 documentary Electro-Dziska. Otto's live performances include outfits, masks and props, and he has toured with the band Skinny Puppy. He is also credited on the Skinny Puppy albums The Greater Wrong Of The Right and Mythmaker. In 2011 he has toured U.S.A. with Atari Teenage Riot. He also does a large amount of work in the areas of music production and remixing and has collaborated with several artists such as Modeselektor on their records Happy Birthday! and Monkeytown. Recently von Schirach has become increasingly involved with the Miami Bass Warriors, a Miami Bass focused project with Jose el Rey, El Tigre and Debbie D from Avenue D. Their debut video, "Going Back to Calle 8," was featured on Pitbull's show La Esquina.